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Japanese Garden, Hasselt

(3.5/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
Japanese Garden is located in Hasselt. Take a look at our Hasselt holiday planner to schedule your visit to Japanese Garden and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • The Japanese garden is a beautiful piece of nature built right in the Centre of Hasselt. This garden is dominated by ponds, waterfalls and waterway edge that wind through the rolling countryside. The route consists of 17 attractions such as a large waterfall, ceremony Hall, tea house and a Shinto Temple. This photogenic themes are beautiful to look at and most visitors take plenty of time to take a picture and enjoy these taferieke images. Unfortunately, there is little to see between these seventeen points of interest. Occasionally you will see a cherry, but during my visit were not yet in bloom. Everything is built with respect for the Japanese culture, but it also looks a bit too empty and clinical. Japanese are renowned for their morbid sense to perfection, but the garden feels just a little too perfect to them resulting in a short visit to this beautiful garden.
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  • Cherry Blossom season and Autumn is the most-see time. You better check Hasselt city hall website to see in advance if there festival happening at that time.  more »
  • This is a downright beautiful park, down to the last detail in order, that you completely relax. Very fine to get past the various ponds and large (specially if path laid) boulders walking
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